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Addictions, excess Addictions, excess

Addicts tend to either be controlling or numbing: the restrictors’ control; the permitter's numb.

“I felt exactly the same way: that there was a set of rules, a primer of some kind, that everyone else had read and understood but I had never seen.” ~ Bill Clegg (He didn’t get the manual!)

“I’s not the getting high that make you an addict, it’s what the getting high does for you...if it is the first think that’s ever felt good in your life, you’re in trouble...The world had seem so small and myopic before the first hit, and as I exhaled, I inhales the new scene before world popped open. I could see for miles.” ~ Moshe Kasher.

“People who are afraid of failure are people who think themselves so great, they can’t fail.” ~ Frank Zappa.

50 % of men and 80 % of women have been the victims of incest have been treated for addiction.

Almost all addicts have are Narcissistic personality disorder: excessive preoccupation with issues of personal adequacy, power, prestige and vanity.

"There are variants in genes that turn down the function of dopamine signaling within the pleasure circuit," claims neuroscientist David Linden, which lead to blunted pleasure and the need for more dopamine than the average person.

Addicts tend to ramain the age that they started their addiction.

Lower levels of dopamine D2 receptor availability have been previously reported in cocaine abusers, alcoholics, and heroine abusers.

Interventions tend to work best if the enablers initiate the intervention.

Only about 10 % of the addicted receive treatment.

32 % of 200 Stanford students in a study admit to being addicted to their phone.

6 % are addicted to shopping. Use MyBrandz to swap stories.

80 % of shopping is motivated by emotions. Less choices can increase sales; doubling space for an item increases purchases by about 40 %.

Bupropion (Wellbutrin) and Varnicline (Chantix) are approved for treating nicotine addiction.

66% of Americans are overweight.

30% of Us adults have a history of alcohol dependence and 10% have a history of drug dependence.

10% of Americans think they are addicted to television.

The Global suicide rate is increasing.

Debt driver consumption is 70% of GNP!

Americans are 5 % sexually compulsive, 20 million abuse drugs, 20 million alcoholic.

90 % relapse rate of addicts; 60 % of addicts also have mental health issues. 5 % bipolar. 80 % of all deaths from hazing involve alcohol.

50 % men and 80 % women have been the victim of incest.

Addicts in family or immediate surroundings.

Excessive shopping.

Excessive education.

Excessive technology and entertainment!

Excessive pornography, instant sexual relationship, or violence with sex.

Excessive eating.

Excessive crime, corruption, untruths, scams.

Excessive travel.

Excessive debt.

Excessive health problems, poor eating habits.

Excessive basic living expenses (beyond wages).

Excessive socially accepted slavery situation.

Excessive unfair stigmatization in community.

Excessive lack of charity or help available.

Excessive taxes, fines or penalties by the government.

Excessive fear of failure.

Excessive defeatist or delusional thoughts.

Excessive concerns about what others think.

Excessive fear of false arrest.

Excessive lack of reporting abuser.

Excessive fear of not being believed or not being understood.

Excessive long-term victimization.

Excessive fear of a wealthy, educated, and/or powerful entity.

Excessive amounts of time needed to prevent persons from stealing fruits of ones labor.

Excessive need to complain about fraud, abuse and waste by government, others.

Excessive time concerned with same thoughts.

Excessive repeated, long-term losses.

Excessive worry about the same things.

Excessive need to rest, drop everything.

Excessive feelings of hopelessness, worthlessness.

Excessive thoughts of littering.

Excessive interest in weapons.

Excessive suicidal thoughts.

Excessive indecisiveness.

Excessive homicidal thoughts.

Excessive desire to pollute or do mass destruction and/or work with hazardous waste.

Excessive fears about the future and ability to survive in the future.

Medical professionals and ALL case workers tend to gang bang and reduce efficiency in the system. They tend to have sex with each other and their patients. Families in the case work field tend to control a region. It tends to be a friends and family thing- i.e. friends and family tend to know the system and tend to get services. In my opinion only a few people tend to know a large amount of theory about case work and almost no one knows even a speciality completely, so even the specialists can make mistakes. Many in casework start with an agenda or had the illness they now treat, which is often similar to the blind leading the blind. They are presumed then to have compassion for the illness. Think about the usual treatment for smoking addiction: nicotine patches, gum and gradually reducing the dosage, or even smokeless cigarettes. It usually does not involve giving the patient various cocktails of drugs (downers) in a series or cycle! Therefore, the attiction treatment did not seem to meet usual methods. They can gradually reduce the use of uppers by giving the patient the prescription (legal) version of the street drug, such as Ritalin for Meth.

Opiate blockers drugs may, OR MAY NOT, help reduce addiction, reenactment and depression because addicts may product extra opiate in response to stress or stimulation so they get addicted to stress. RATHER, GRADUALLY REDUCING THE THING THEY ARE ADDICTED TO MAY BE THE BEST WAY TO REDUCE ADDICTION. Eventually they may be unable to feel anything, including pain. Chloride may be the cure for shacking and seizures because tends to be reduced in the body as persons age. Almost all drugs may be avoided using supplements and nutrition. Persons who live in areas where their drinking water is very mineralized, usually at high altitudes, tend to live the longest.